The Department of Defense (DoD) remains one of the world's largest landlords with more than 545,700 facilities (buildings, structures and linear structures) located on more than 5,400 sites, on approximately 30 million acres. The Base Structure Report FY 2008 Baseline represents a consolidated summary of the Department of Defense real property inventory (RPI) as reflected in Military Departments' and Washington Headquarters Service's native real property databases as of September 30, 2007. The BSR 2008 Baseline provides a comprehensive listing of sites owned or used by the Department. For each site large enough to be individually listed in the report, a summary of buildings, square footage, BRAC 2005 action codes, acreage, total plant replacement value (all facilities), and personnel is provided. A Portfolio Summary of DoD real property sites and real property assets - to include buildings, structures, and linear structures profiles - are summarized in Section IV. Other pertinent information such as component and the name of the nearest city is also included in each listing. The report is organized by State/Country and presented first as an overall DoD listing of all sites, then by each Military Service and the Washington Headquarters Service (WHS). Each record includes the site name, the component (Active, Guard, or Reserve), BRAC identification code, the name of the nearest city, the number of buildings owned, leased and other, the total acres owned by the Services and total acres used, the PRV (in $ millions), and the authorized number of military, civilian, and other personnel (when available).